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#1 slayor

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Posted 06 August 2005 - 06:54 AM

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:thumbsup: Hi everyone, I'm a Newbie so I thought I would just say "HELLO",
Plus I have a query if any1 can help me plz, I am not quite sure how to manually remove folders, so any hints or tips will be gratefully recieved.
Thank You
Lynn :flowers:

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#2 yano

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Posted 06 August 2005 - 08:36 AM

:thumbsup: to BC! slayor.
Its not good to put your e-mail address on open forums because spam bots will pick it up and send you even more spam. Also it seems that you are having trouble with the BBCode. Please read this. BBCode Help, Choosing font, size,& color etc.


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Posted 06 August 2005 - 12:26 PM

Welcome to BC!
1. Never post your Email address is a public forum.
http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/Usi...mes-t16954.html

2. Removing a folder is no different than removing a file.Right click on the file and then "Delete" it. This will delete all the contents of the file, so be very careful before deleting it.

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John
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Posted 06 August 2005 - 02:43 PM

ahh.. my first day and i am posting off thread! slayor, if u do not want to be a CPU slayor,,, BACKUP your HARDdrive befor u go deleting folders...Then if u get DELETE-HAPPY, because of the Obvious sense of power it gives us, or maybe just like the free diskspace, u can Restore any folders or files that looked like clutter but were in reality necessary (sp?) for the well being of your O/S
(operating system. Windows,linux,etc...)
Good Luck and Many Happy Deletes!!

Ps if ure not sure about a folder, ask AWAY.. many peeps find it FUN to share thier knowledge, or like me, like to hear themselves Talk! or see it as the case may be. :thumbsup:

pps it helps helpers if u tell forums a bit about your CPU (intel? AMD? Pentium1,2,3,or4? 80186?) and your operating system. (win3.1? dos? linux? winXP?)

WELL i guess u guys KNOW me Pretty good by now, I'm off to other threads!
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